I was so impressed by the erupting volcanos that everyone made:
Our homework last week was to find time to read aloud with expression to someone and today we took this a step further. Twelve children volunteered to read aloud a poem that they had found during their daily reading this week and what a treat it was for everyone! Congratulations to all of you for [&
Year 4 spent the morning with an archaeologist from Herts Museum, learning about The Romans by studying Roman artefacts. t looking at Roman artefacts:
Today, we discovered that Halloween has its origins in the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain. So we went out into the forest to create some good and some evil tree spirits. Can you spot the difference?
Year 4 followed in the footsteps of Years 5 and 6 this week; visiting Kew Gardens and Sky Studios. Many thanks to Mr Billing for putting together this video of our amazing trip: http://vimeo.com/293379262
Today, we worked in small groups to compose chants to march to. We hope that they will help us to keep time next week:
Here is one of the maths problems that we tackled this week: Using four 4s and any operations, can you create number sentences that equate to each of the values from 1 – 20? eg 1 = 4 ÷ 4 + 4 – 4 2 =(4 ÷ 4) + (4 ÷ 4) 3 = (4 […]
Year 4, we have been so impressed by your fantastic attitude to learning in this first week. Have a wonderful weekend and see you on Monday! Reading Comprehension in complete silence.
Today, Year 4 discovered what we will be learning about in our Topic this term; Roman Revelations. I hope that they have now shared their curriculum maps with you. They then worked really hard to design covers for their Topic books; most of which featured Mount Vesuvius erupting!
It was so good to welcome Mrs Munn back into school this morning to run our music try-out session. The children all got the opportunity to try the following instruments: Cornet, Trumpet, Cello, Keyboards, Voice, Flute and Clarinet. We were really impressed by some of the natural musical skills that